Born in West London, Lee grew up in Windsor and spent part of his childhood in his parents’ native country, Mauritius. After completing a degree in Business Management with French and Spanish, and a degree in Law, Lee realised he wanted to pursue a career in the creative industries.
Lee cut his teeth in the music industry, starting at the bottom as a runner before working his way up to management, working with the likes of Lulu, Billy Ocean, and Take That. The experience led him to discover his real passion – being in front of the camera as a broadcaster. He has recently completed his latest filming project that will be announced in early 2021.
A keen property developer, Lee has been buying and selling properties for over a decade, and now has a portfolio that stretches from London to Ibiza and Mauritius.
Lee also models and has recently featured in a campaign for Samsung. He is launching his own sustainable menswear line in Summer 2021 with proceeds going towards charities such as UNICEF and BLM. A passionate activist, Lee also campaigns for racial equality and has raised money for Black Lives Matter and Grenfell relief charities in the past.
Growing up, Lee spent his free time working at his parents’ care home in Windsor and has continued to help out there throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. He spends every Christmas there, cooking lunch for the residents.